Doodh Na Puff | Nimish

Doodh Na Puff Nimish

A decadent party starter, Doodh na puff is an easy-to-make parsi recipe. Packed with calcium and omega-3 this quick dessert is best enjoyed in winters.

  • Preparation Time: 5 minutes
  • Cooking Time: 10 minutes
  • Difficulty level: Beginner

INGREDIENTS:

  • Full fat milk: 1 litre
  • Sugar: 1 Tbsp
  • Green Cardamom Powder: 1 Tsp
  • Pistachios: 3-4, Sliced

METHOD:

Preheat your earthen pot on a low flame. Add milk and stir continuously. Bring milk to a boil and remove the pot from the heat. Let the milk settle down a little before turning the heat on again on a low flame and bringing the milk to boil again.

You have to repeat this process multiple times. You will observe the milk becoming foamy with every boiling repetition. When more than half the milk has foamed turn the heat off and let the milk simmer in the retained heat of the earthenware pot.

Add sugar and cardamom powder and stir till both dissolves in this creamy, foamy, frothy milk. Only spoon the milk froth in a glass (serve-ware). Enjoy this light dessert with a light garnish of chopped pistachios, almonds and a sprinkle of cardamom powder.

Relish this dessert both hot and cold.


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